Christmas Cross Stitch Patterns – 15 of the Best

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Make use of some remarkable Christmas Cross Stitch Patterns to prepare for the upcoming festivities of the holiday season. This is the right time to focus and start working on your Christmas special stitching. Cross stitch patterns are so much fun and super relaxing to work on, so these projects will be a part of the celebratory joy. You can use these patterns to set up a plan on your pinboard and collaborate with your stitching group to combine efforts and produce some cross-stitch stunners. It’s never too early to start thinking and planning about Christmas, or just know that you’re not alone in this. It’s a symptom of craftsmanship to be more excited about preparation than even the event itself.

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Contents

Christmas Cross Stitch Patterns#1 Rudolph and Santa Christmas Cross Stitch Patterns#2 The Pink & Teal Christmas Cross Stitch Pattern#3 Christmas Lamp Post Cross Stitch Pattern#4 Christmas Angel Cross Stitch Pattern#5 Christmas Tree Cross Stitch Pattern#6 Not Even a Mouse Christmas Cross Stitch PatternMore Christmas Crafts#7 Cross Stitch Holiday Furry Friends#8 Santa’s Here Cross Stitch Pattern#9 Noel Christmas Cross Stitch Pattern#10 Teddy Bear Free Christmas Cross Stitch Patterns#11 Cross Stitch Snowflake#12 Christmas Stockings & Fireplace Cross Stitch Pattern#13 Santa Claus’ Sleigh Cross Stitch Pattern#14 The Ornament Cross Stitch PatternChristmas Cross Stitch Patterns – In Conclusion

Christmas Cross Stitch Patterns

Looking for some interesting Christmas Cross Stitch Patterns to sew? I’ve got something for everyone, whether they’ve been naughty or nice. I have rounded up some pretty cross-stitch Christmas greeting cards, as well as ornaments, wall hangings, and general décor items featuring cross-stitch. The lovely little x’s are so much fun to make, it’s almost like enjoying an ASMR. You can scroll through if you’re in a hurry and use the links to quickly jump to more details for what catches your eyes. These phenomenal patterns are sure to get your fingers tingling to begin stitching. Move fast and begin adding your favorite patterns to your must-makes list.

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#1 Rudolph and Santa Christmas Cross Stitch Patterns

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Growing up both Santa and Rudolph were my Christmas favorites and I’m certain that kids today can still relate (well, I hope). These fun Christmas cards are available to download for free and I couldn’t be any more excited. Each of these designs features a cute little jingly bell for that added flair of a festive touch to your Christmas greeting. Whoever you send these cards out to, would be delighted to find one of these on their doormat! For the bells, you can get those from your nearest supplies store or even rummage through your crafts stash. These Santa cross stitch patterns can work with different sizes of bells, so picking a bell for your card shouldn’t be too hard. You can use a red bell to serve as Rudolph’s nose too, which would be so appropriate and creative.

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#2 The Pink & Teal Christmas Cross Stitch Pattern

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This pink and teal Christmas cross stitch pattern is a gorgeous take on traditional cross stitch designs. It’s clean and modern, and such a breath of fresh air. You can use this pattern to turn it into a pillow cover or make a cute greeting card out of it. This would be the perfect choice for someone in your close circle who appreciates modern crafts.

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#3 Christmas Lamp Post Cross Stitch Pattern

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What an artsy cross stitch pattern! It looks like one of those sketches you would come across in the sketchbook of a maestro. The colorwork definitely has the wow factor, so if you want this pattern to really shine, then opting for a similar color scheme would be the right way to go. I think it could work for a number of other color backgrounds as well though, but greyish blues, medium blue, and teal tones have that extra oomph you might be looking for. Get your supplies out then and whip up this stunner for your favorite Miss or Mr. Artsy.

Patterns from Ugly Duckling House

#4 Christmas Angel Cross Stitch Pattern

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Confused about choosing a star or an angel ornament for your Christmas tree this year? Instead of going for a store-bought ornament, how about you cross-stitch an angel as your tree topper. This free pattern would be such an attractive and elegant addition to your Christmas tree. You can use perforated cross-stitch paper to make this project sturdy and last for years to come. You can just stop at the tree topper and enjoy the aesthetic, however, if you want to go overboard crafty, then you can make your entire tree cross stitch themed, which would look so amazing. As for the angel topper, you can customize it with different hair colors and/or dress. 

Patterns from Kreinik

#5 Christmas Tree Cross Stitch Pattern

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This one is a beautiful cross stitch pattern to be used as a wall hanging or however you please. I would get this backed with cardboard and get it framed for my workstation. It’s cozy, cheery,, and festive – just the way I like to feel in the days leading up to Christmas. Don’t you too?

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#6 Not Even a Mouse Christmas Cross Stitch Pattern

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Creative and so SO cool! The Not Even a Mouse Christmas Cross Stitch Pattern is so much fun to execute, as it isn’t one of those cliché patterns you come across everywhere. Patterns like these let you create ideas that are outside the box, fun to make, and worth a good laugh and thumbs up. This adorable free pattern makes a great topper for handmade perishable gifts. I would think that everyone has mason jars around their house, so why use basic jar-toppers when you can use some cute ones featuring a Christmouse. Fill the jars up with your favorite treat and top off the jar with this Christmoussy Cross Stitch jar topper. Make your guests grin extra wide as they dip their hands in for a treat.

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#7 Cross Stitch Holiday Furry Friends

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The Cross Stitch Holiday Furry Friends Pattern is such an adorable and unique cross stitch idea for Christmas. These delightful counted cross stitch ornaments will make everyone who sees them smile from cheek to cheek. You can use these to decorate your Christmas goodies or as cute package tags. Their finished stitched size is a 3-inch square. The receivers will love your effort to add detail.

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#8 Santa’s Here Cross Stitch Pattern

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What a wonderful piece of modern art that can sit around your working or living space, around the year, and let you relive good memories each time you steal a glance at it. The Santa’s Here Cross Stitch Pattern is what childhood dreams are made of, so it’s a must-try. You can make it for a friend who believes in miracles and all things happy or someone who needs an extra dose of love this Christmas.

Patterns from Etsy

#9 Noel Christmas Cross Stitch Pattern

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Isn’t this so utterly cute? If you are in search of something sweet yet non-traditional and whimsical, then the Noel Christmas Cross Stitch Pattern will steal your heart. Although this might seem daunting to you, you will be pleasantly surprised to learn that it’s a quick craft and you can stitch several Noel cross stitch designs for a festive wall display, in no time.

Patterns from Etsy

#10 Teddy Bear Free Christmas Cross Stitch Patterns

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I don’t know about you, but I’m definitely in love with the Teddy Bear Free Christmas Cross Stitch Patterns. This teddy bear cross stitch pattern is worked on 28-count white even weave over two threads of the fabric. This pattern uses 21 shades of stranded cotton and one shade of metallic thread, wow right!? The cross stitch in this pattern is in two strands of cotton or metallic, with fractionals for extra detail and the results are extraordinarily amazing!

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#11 Cross Stitch Snowflake

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What an elegant and timeless cross stitch beauty. It features a pretty snowflake ornament that is embellished with some pretty, glittering silver beads. You can finish it in a 3-inch hoop with a satin ribbon hanger and use it as your bespoke Christmas décor, this time around.

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#12 Christmas Stockings & Fireplace Cross Stitch Pattern

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The Christmas Stockings & Fireplace Cross Stitch Pattern is such a beauty to look at. I spent a good two minutes appreciating the attention to detail and the beauty of this pattern. Try out this craft for a loved one and make them really happy, this Christmas.

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#13 Santa Claus’ Sleigh Cross Stitch Pattern

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Time to get sewing, ho ho!? You might have been naughty all year, but by making the Santa Claus’ Sleigh Cross Stitch Pattern for someone special, you can be really nice in their eyes. Click the link and learn how to do that.

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#14 The Ornament Cross Stitch Pattern

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Do you obsess over Christmas ornaments? Speak now or forever hold your peace. Just kiddingggg! If you do, use the jump link for this pattern and learn how to stitch up this stunner in no time.

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Christmas Cross Stitch Patterns – In Conclusion

Move your way deeper into a loved one’s heart, this Christmas, by stitching something special onto their stocking or making a precious cross stitch décor item for them. A cross-stitched present will stay with them forever and remind them of the time and effort you put into making them feel special. Be it a décor item, a pillow cover, a wall hanging, or a stocking – a cross-stitched goodie is an elegant and timeless present. Not only can you make these for gifting, but you can also add some fun pops to your place with your new creations and treat yourself to the fruits of your very own talent and labor. What’s on your mind then? Cross stitch, cross stitch, cross stitch all the wayyy! Oh, what fun it is to stitch, for such a special day! (HEY)

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